Choosing the windows best suited for your home or office is a critical step in the renovation process. At C.A.P.O.R Renovations, we offer a wide variety of window types and we invite you to take a look and find which is best suited for your space. Then, call our professional team to install the windows of your choosing in an efficient, correct and cost-effective manner.
There are four variations of awning design: the top-hinge window, similar to an awning window except that it opens inward instead of outward; the utility window, sometimes called a “hopper” window, hinged at the bottom and usually found in basement windows; the jalousie window, which contains a series of horizontal glass panes that open outward; and the transom window, which is sometimes found above interior doors.
A bay window is a window space projecting outward from the main walls of a building and forming a bay in a room, either square or polygonal in plan. The angles most commonly used on the inside corners of the bay are 90, 135 and 150 degrees. Bay windows are often associated with Victorian architecture.
The windows are commonly used to provide the illusion of a larger room. They are used to increase the flow of natural light into a building as well as provide views of the outside that would be unavailable with an ordinary window.
Single & Double Slider Windows
The slider window gives a more streamlined look with a mixture of horizontal, moveable sashes. Both sashes slide horizontally in a double-sliding window. Only one sash slides in a single-sliding window. Ventilation area can vary from a small crack to an opening of one-half the total glass area.
Double & Single Hung Windows
These traditional-styled windows are popular with homeowners wanting to maintain the architectural integrity of their home. Customize your options to obtain a clean look while you delight in the tilting of the operating sashes that make cleaning a breeze.
Bow windows are designed to create space by projecting beyond the exterior wall of a building, provide a wider view of the garden or street outside, and typically combine four or more casement windows which join together to form an arch.